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student has taken a class. the university began offering 14 digital courses one year ago. unlike the uc, stanford and harvard offered online courses for free, uc officials say the fact that their courses allow students to interact, more students should be signing up. >> charging clients who fail to show up for appointments. but what about when you get stuck waiting around for a repair or delivery person who doesn't show up? cbs 5 consumer watch reporter explains your time could be worth some money as well. >> reporter: she's called comcast so many times recently, she even has a name for the hold music. >> the horsy. >> reporter: her internet service went down the day after christmas. she says she couldn't reach a service representative for four days. >> the first thing you hear is they have a high volume of calls. >> reporter: he set up a service apartment to switch out her modem the following monday, but nobody showed up. >> nobody even bothered to call me. >> reporter: an expensive hassle for the single mom who took the morning off work to wait. now comcast has a customer service guar
. according to the uc campuses, an increase of 10.7%. also, latino applicants are the largest group of freshmen applicants. at uc berkley, more than 67,000 students apply. ucla received the most applications with more than 80,000 applications. >>> boeing is saying they will not build more dream liners until the investigation is complete. all of the dream liners were grounded until the investigation is complete. >> when they are released slowly, the batteries have a very good safety record, but if not, the batteries will release their content and have the potential for explosion. >> united is the only us airline currently flying the plane and is expressing support for boeing. now, one of the run ways at the san francisco national airport is closed today for construction. sfo will only be able to handle about half of the 60 flights an hour. the biggest impact will be on passengers flying within a two hour radious of the area. >>> there is good news for the passengers concerned about privacy. body scanners showing a nude impage will no longer be used. sfo stopped using the full body sc
degree from uc-berkeley, and then was appointed by art agnos in government in 1979. he became the director of the human rights commission under willie brown. he became the director of public works. 2005 city administrator, and then the fateful day in january 2011 when the board of supervisors could not decide on anybody and decided that family was not going to be a threat to their future political aspirations. [laughter] he got more than six votes, six more than anyone else. and he became the interim mayor. he did an amazing job. he is outspoken, both feet on the ground, a person you can trust, a person who is very honest, and based upon his experience, knows how to get the job done. i believe he is the best player ever that san francisco has had. we are so lucky to have him up there. he has balanced the budget, reform pensions, created jobs, and mayor, it has been a pleasure to work with you. i look forward to working with you further. they san francisco transplant coming down here to work on yet another newspaper, the business journal, doing a great job of it, and james mcgr
in chicago in two years. windchill hovering around 10 degrees. >> i hope he's okay. >>> a new uc berkeley study finds obese adults are more likely to die in a car crash. researchers used drivers license information to categorize drivers based on their weight. they found obese adults were 20% more likely to die in a car crash that normal weight adults. drivers who were extremely obese were 50% more likely to die. the researchers suspect vehicle design may play a role, as well as the fact obese adults are likely in worse shape than others. >>> it's been said sometimes it's better to look good than feel good, well, this might help you out. >>> still ahead, first family fashion. the obamas inauguration outfits have a lot of people talking and buying. we'll be right back to tell you about it. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or why it doesn't have to be an adventure to stick to your new year's budget. because safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. right now, a case of arrowhead water is just $3.33. folgers is $7.99 for the large size. that's a hu
's overcome them he says it's time to change his professional life. he says he plans to return to uc berkeley to teach law. >>> uc berkeley says it's received a report number of applications for the next freshman class. some 67,000 people have applied. that's a 10% hike from last year when 61,000 tried to get in. freshman applicants can expect to hear if they were expected on march 28. transfer students will know on april 26th. >>> california's latest employment report shows job growth holding steady statewide while the bay area saw its best year in more than a decade. unemployment remained at 9.8% that's the same as december. the nine county region added more than 91,000 jobs that's the best annual growth in a dozen years since 2000. that's when the bay area added 129,000 jobs at the height of the dot com surge. >>> the dow is at its highest point since the market bottomed out in march 2009. >> we're at a high since the recession started, one two as traders like to say the trend is your friend and the trend over the past four months is up. >> here's a five year chart of the dow from january
. >>> new this morning, the costs to go to a uc campus won't likely go up next year. uc administrators announced yesterday that governor jerry brown's budget plan appears to provide enough funding to avoid an increase. brown's budget proposal includes an additional $250 million for the uc system. the amount is less than the uc requested, but probably enough to avoid an increase. >>> meanwhile, the brentwood school district may expand a program that puts ipads in elementary schools. officials are looking at expanding the program out to all the district's fourth graders. fourth grade was selected because of larger class sizes and the ability for students to learn independently. officials will hold a meeting january 23rd at edna middle school to determine interest level. >>> mcdonald's is trying something new with its happy meals in england. the fast food chain is pledging to distribute 15 million books instead of toys over the next two years. the program is called the happy readers initiative. the books are nonfiction and explore things like space and marine life. no word if the concept
minutes. >> even a bad date is a good story. >> one of them is not totally terrible. a study out of uc berkeley says if you're not getting enough sleep you may be taking your partner for granted. researchers found sleep habits can affect gratitude and leave couples too tired to say thanks. >>> the bat mobile from the television series sold at auction for $4.2 million. the 19-foot long black bubble topped card war used in the batman tv show with adam west. it could lay down smoke screens and oil slicks no word on the name of the big spender. >>> a look at our warm weather. let's get to leigh glaser. >> leigh: live doppler 7hd showing us a few clouds here and there, mainly the high clouds, otherwise clear conditions, cold in the north bay, temperatures in the 30s. speaking of cold, in the last week our cold spell? it has shift towards the east. st. louis tomorrow, 35, chicago, 19. minneapolis, 45. check out fargo, minus 5 there tomorrow. here back west, though, along the -- and southern california, there's los angeles, nice and warm. 80 degrees. fresno, 55. check out tahoe. sunshine, 46.
they feel like they need the money in people's up they're last. hootie uc charging and not? >> check this out. you're going to love this. national chains, it appears that the national chains are not going to be allowed to charge this feat. here's why. there is language in the settlement as says that if you charge the fee in one state you have to in every state. because national chains also did business in the ten states where the fee is a legal then they cannot choose to charge a fee in georgia because they can charge a fee in california. looks like the national change will even be a line up to fallout. it is going to come as you said, fall right smack down on the shoulders of the mom-and-pop stores and local chains commandos of the folks that we do business with, not because the prices, but we like them. they have a choice. the 110 as with an additional 1-4% of the product, it looks like it will be allowed. melissa: american express not part of the settlement. that was a good tip. braniff time. thank you for coming on. we appreciate the information. melissa: thanks. melissa: will yo
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-dollar development project initiated by students at uc berkeley is underway. students returning to campus could see and hear the big changes on the south side of campus this will make way for a whole new plaza. workers moved into high gear over winter break. the students say they wanted the changes and are looking forward to a new lower sprewell plaza. >> this was initially introduced by students and they taxed themselves to pay for the project. >> the campus paid for half of the project and the students paid for the other half. >> student government and otherrants will be relocated to the echelon hall. >>> if you find yourself in a rocky romantic relationship, it could be related to how much sleep you are getting. the uc berkeley study says people who don't get enough sleep may not be expressing enough gratitude in their romantic relationships. sleepless people tend to be more self-centered and are too tired to express appreciation. expression of gratitude can lead to positive mental thinking and physical benefits. i'm not gonna say anything about my situation. [laughter] >> 8:23. let's go to sal
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a decline in dental health was karen sokal-gutierrez, a pediatrician and professor at u.c. berkeley. she showed us pictures from 30 years ago, when kids had healthy teeth. but just one generation later, the photos look different. >> this is a child who has all of the teeth on the bottom rotten and all of the teeth on the top. years later, when i'd go into a village and the kids would come flock around us and hug us and smile and that's when i saw, "oh, my god. their teeth are all black and rotten." i'd never seen this before. what happened? so, you want to treat your patient. >> reporter: professor gutierrez and her team of volunteers work on the ground in el salvador, training health workers and donating supplies. she estimates that 85% of kids in rural areas of el salvador have tooth decay and nearly half experience mouth pain, leading to serious problems, like jaw infections, tooth loss, and malnutrition. she puts much of the blame on snack food imported from the united states. with sales peaking at home, american companies are searching for new markets. in 2009, 25% of coca colas ope
uc kansas city, kansas. also there is little rock, ark. and springfield, missouri. >> a much better picture a round the bay area we will talk about that and the national forecast. erica is keeping an eye on both. >> hey erica. >> good morning james. i want to turn your attention to satellite and radar you can see the active weather. the good news is people have been writing asking how would affect the superbowl and for anyone had it down there. >> we are expecting sunny skies. temperatures in the mid-60s. that is very similar to what we are expecting in the bay area as well. >> whether you are in northlaew orleans for san francisco. >> mild. upper '30's in concord. 43 in oakland. >> the blue on your screen indicates where we will see the 50s. we are holding on to the '40's. remember earlier this week we were into the lower '30's. >> around 12:00 p.m. we will see the '60s start to trickle in. 8:00 p.m. tonight we are back in the '40's and 50's. looking at the afternoon highs. 60s in the south bay. lows 60s the allman valley at 64 the same for los gatos. 63 in mountain view. >> sunshi
a company from having to put that -- >> do we discourage them? >> absolutely. you can be a student at uc berkeley, foreign born, get this wonderful education, microsoft offers you a job for over $100,000 a year and we have to say, if the country will keep you. and most of those students are told they can't stay, get out of the united states. >> he says we're in no position to be tellingeople to get out of the united states if they have got the science, technology, engineering, math, higher education and the degree skills he says creates jobs in the economy. he said something so interesting as well. he said that frankly the very thorny and complicated difficult problem he said of illegal immigration has held this highly skilled immigration part of the -- part of the immigration laws hostage. listen. >> certainly if we want to bring a person here to be educated, you should never then make them go away. and there is some categories of jobs where you know that other jobs are created around them. and so forcing those back doesn't make sense. i think it is very doable. the numbers here are not
in the house. host: uc the debates that will happen in march regarding the fiscal cliff and sequestration as an opportunity? some of the heavy lifting you wish had gotten done? guest: yes, it is not going to be as effective, as i said, because we have had a congress that has gone through and stubbed its toe, bloodied its nose and maybe a few people learned something. we also had a large number of people who were leaving that might be able to not be looking over their shoulder about being lugared in a primary. 20% of the republicans who voted yes on a proposal last night are leaving congress. host: if you would like to join the conversation and talk with congressman blumenauer -- let's look at some of the details of the fiscal cliff legislation that passed the house and senate yesterday. do you agree with all those items? guest: all those items needed to be addressed, but look at the details. for example, the doc fix is lunacy. is something nobody wants to have. 27% reduction in medicare payments. but instead of addressing its trade on -- and it is something that we fix every year -- we ar
having to put that -- >> do we discourage them? >> absolutely. you can be a student at uc berkeley, foreign born, get this wonderful subsized education, microsoft offers you a job for over $100,000 a year and we have to say, if the country will keep you. most of those students are told they can't stay, get out of the united states. >> he says, brooke, that that part of the immigration system, this immigration for smart -- he calls it smart talent, people who come here and create jobs, who already are here, get educations, want to take a stem, science, technology, engineering, math degree, they can't. that part of the immigration system has been held hostage by the problem of illegal immigration, and the real thorny problem in washington for fixing that, he says, you got the best chance in years for both of those to be fixed. he's very concerned, of course, about high tech, skilled workers coming into this country because they're leaving here and starting businesses somewhere else. >> look at you. yesterday, nobel prize winning paul krugman. today, bill gates. i look forward to tomo
be introduced by two former senators, sam nunn, democrat of georgia, and john warner, republican of virginia. uc senator ayotte and senator mccaskill behind her. patty is in knoxville, tennessee. caller: good morning. the problem i have is he is a veteran, and go ahead and appoint a man. op harping on what happened in the past and what he said and appoint a man. we found out last week that we don't have anybody over at the atf. that may be a problem with out- of-control people with government. have a good day. host: thomas tweets in. back to your calls. paul in brooklyn. good morning. please go ahead. caller: when i think about -- i am doing annual reviews at work, and one of the questions that comes up is what the employee is doing best for themselves or best for the company, and how to they rate on that spectrum. when i look at the nomination process that is going on right now, i look at the senators and, now, i look at the senators and, they are
in effect. some of the prop 30 revenue is earmarked for higher education. but as of now, the uc and csu boards could raise fees. >>> a $12,000 reward is up for a stolen piece of oakland history. the historic gold box was stolen last week. it was taken in the second break-in at the museum in just the last couple of months. the museum has increased its security since then. >>> here's lawrence with your forecast. and we are warming up. >> yes, we are going to need to warm things up nicely into the afternoon as we have cold temperatures outside but high pressure is going to crank up these numbers. beautiful hazy sunshine out over san jose right now. temperatures still cold in spots inland. 20s and 30s there. 40s at the coast. and by the afternoon, 50s even some mid-60s today so some warmer weather is on the way and it's going to hang around. looks like not only today but right through tomorrow and into the weekend. plenty of sunshine coming our way. we're going to check out your "timesaver traffic" coming right up. >>> good morning. checking et ride
in pacif the womb. they tested 40 american and 40 y tim swedish newborns. they counted how many times uc babies sucked on a pacifier as they listened to english and swedish language. americans sucked more often when hearing swedish and vice versa.rns it's con researchers believe that newborns were interested in the foreign sounds. >>> mcdonald's is embracing a new name in australia later this month.nge they'll change the signs on 13 i of its restaurants down under to macus, the australian name for the chain. in in honor of the australian day, the holiday. it will only be temporary po through the end of the month. >> they're changing mcdonald's to -- >> maccas.ma just >>> we all know that accessories are important, right? that even goes for cutting-edge consumer electronics. we'll see the new smartphone accessories and much more at the big show in las vegas right now coming up on "cbs this morning." we'll be right back. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" at 8:00 is brought to you by our sponsor, with the inside story on shingles. an intense burning sensation like
assessment of child and teen program at uc san francisco dr. lustig. he's out with an extremely important new book. "fat chance beating the odds against sugar, processed food, obesity and disease." everybody should buy this book and read from it. this is going to be cutting edge in terms of how we look at food and, specifically, let's talk about sugar. which you lay the blame of obesity on sugar. >> actually, i really don't. there are lots and lots of ways to get obese. >> okay. >> lots of different food stuff that contribute to weight gain. for instance, harvard school of public health showed potato chips and french fries were the biggest single contributors to weight gain. >> absolutely. >> the thing about sugar that is so cit is the cause. the thing that takes you from obesity to all the metabolic problems that occur secondary to obesity. that is the hypertension, the diabetes, the heart disease and likely the cancer and the dementia. conglomerately we call this metabolic syndrome. >> got it. okay. that characterizes it well. >> that's where the money goes. >> it does, we can talk about --
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: the senator from new york. mr. schumer: i have been asked to make a u.c. statement. before i do -- and i know that senator kerry will be speaking tomorrow, so i'll be brief. i think i speak on behalf of every one of us here that we so admire the job he has done in his past life in many different phases. we're excited that he'll be our secretary of state. and i think for john kerry, the best is yet to come. mr. president, i ask unanimous consent the senate proceed to a period of morning business with senators permitted to speak for up to ten minutes each. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. grassley: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from iowa. mr. grassley: i would ask to speak in morning business for 15 minutes. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. grassley: my fellow members know that the issue of transparency is a very favorite topic of mine, and i come to the floor today to speak about transparency as it relates to a very specific problem within the department of housing and urban development. it's no secret that i have worked to bring greater transparen
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